The Celebrity Myth

Everybody is different so you must work out an eating and exercise plan that is right for your body.

In today’s society we are constantly bombarded with images of the skinny celebrity promoting the latest fad diet or exercise programme – all designed to make your brain go crazy when you see them in their bikini showing off their newly trimmed down figure and looking a million dollars.

Well it must cost nearly a million dollars for them to look that way with their personal chefs, trainers, dieticians, make-up artists and surgery.

They abuse their bodies then when they need to, they trim down using their team of experts that make them look beautiful again.

But I ask you, do they stay beautiful for long, or all too soon do they fall back into their old ways and can’t fit in to those skinny jeans!

You may have experienced this yourself.

You over indulge then decide to do something about it, drop a load of weight using a fad diet programme, then return to your normal eating pattern and the weight returns. This whole process can be repeated several times with each weight-dropping session getting harder.

This is because you have fallen into the trap of the human survival mechanism – the more you diet the more your body wants to store fat.

It is a myth that fad diet programmes help you lose weight long term. A quick fix means short term results.

Most people I come across are heavier after crash dieting several times than they were to begin with!

You have to ask yourself how long do you want your results to last?

If you want a healthy body that not only looks great on the outside but also feels great on the inside and continues to look and feel good, you need to start focusing on what’s going on the inside and not just the outside.

Today we spend all our time focusing all our attention on the outside of our bodies.

Most people kill themselves in the gym trying to get a flat stomach, yet they miss the most important thing – whether what they are putting in their mouths is right for them.

Answer these questions:

  • Are you eating the right ratio or proteins, fats and carbs?
  • Do you know what the right ratio is?
  • Are you getting the right type of exercise?
  • Are you drinking the right amount water?
  • Are you taking the right supplements?
  • Are you getting enough quality sleep?

For YOUR body – not for that skinny celebrity’s body but for yours!

Every body is different so what works for one person may not work for yours. Your programme should be specific to you! Click here to read more about our bespoke personal training programme that celebrities will be jealous of you for having.

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